Microfiche de l'exemplaire de l'édition originale se trouvant à la Bibliothèque nationale du Canada Topics: Indiens, Algonquin (Langue), Iroquois (Langue), Iroquois language, Indians, Algonquin language
"History of the Old Testatment, entirely in the Nipissing language"--Bibliographies of the North American Indians / by James Constantine Pilling, Vol. II Topics: Algonquian languages, Bible stories, Algonquian, Langues algonquin, Récits bibliques algonquin
byCuoq, J. A. (Jean André), 1821-1898; Schoolcraft, Henry Rowe, 1793-1864; Du Ponceau, Peter S. (Peter Stephen), 1760-1844. Système grammatical des langues de quelques nations indiennes de l'Amérique du Nord
Original issued in series: Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History ; v.6, pt. 2 Topics: Algonquin (Indiens), Indians of North America, Ethnology, Indiens, Algonquin Indians, Ethnologie
bySpeck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), 1881-1950; Speck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), 1881-1950. Myths and folk-lore of the Timiskaming Algonquin and timagami Ojibwa
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"History of the New Testament, entirely in the Nipissing language"--Bibliographies of the languages of the North American Indians / by James Constantine Pilling, vol. II Topics: Algonquian languages, Bible stories, Algonquian, Algonquin (Langue), Récits bibliques algonquins
byRonald J. Hall, Donna Giberson, and Mary Coleman
The species composition and phenology of mayflies (Ephemeroptera) were studied at five sites in two streams in Algonquin Park, Ontario for three years. Sixty emergence traps operated during the ice-free season yielded 2,566 insects, representing a total of 29 species with only 7-14 species recorded from any one site. Total numbers of mayflies (1,534 individuals) captured at one station on Costello Creek (CC1) were greater than at four stations combined (1,032 individuals) on Mud Creek (MC 1, 2,... Topics: Ephemeroptera, mayflies, emergence, species associations, phenology, streams, Algonquin Park,...
This is a recording of Algonquin. This is a recording from Alan Lomax's Parlametrics collection. These recordings were made by linguists around the world as well as by Lomax himself. They have been digitized from the original reel-to-reel tapes. The original notes which accompanied the tapes were often either incomplete, indefinite, illegible or missing. Because of this, the language in this recording may not have been identified or may have been misidentified. If you notice a mistake and know... Topics: Algonquin, Alan Lomax Global Language Audio Collection, alq
Edited by J.D. [i.e. John Davis] and J.P. [i.e. John Pickering]--Cf. Advertisement and National Union Catalog pre-1956 imprints Topics: Massachuset language, Algonquian languages, Massachusett (Langue), Langues algonquin
The emergence patterns and phenology of caddisflies (Trichoptera) were determined in two poorly dilute, headwater streams, Costello Creek and Mud Creek in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. Adults of 53 species representing 29 genera and 14 families of Trichoptera were collected from April to October at five study sites. The frequency of emergence of the individual species showed a wide range of temporal and spatial variation. Numbers collected ranged from 61 m2 at Mud Creek to 1232 m2... Topics: Trichoptera, caddisflies, emergence, phenology, seasonal succession, streams, Algonquin Park,...